Corporate History

2018Sale of Hammer Retex AG active in facility management for third parties
20180.50% bond 2018–2023 of CHF 125 million.
20170.875% bond 2017–2027 of CHF 160 million.
2017Acquisition of four commercial properties with a total usesful space of 54,000 square metres from Generali Switzerland.
20170.75% bond 2017–2026 of CHF 150 million.
2016                 0.625% bond 2016 - 2024 of CHF 150 million.
2015    Roger Herzog appointed CEO and succeeds Bruno Bettoni.
2015    0.75% bond 2015 - 2021 of CHF 120 million.
2015    1.375% bond 2015 - 2025 of CHF 100 million.
2014    1.25% bond 2014 -2019 of CHF 125 million.
2013    2.00% bond 2013–2020 of CHF 150 million.
2012    Takeover of Hammer Retex Group by Allreal Holding Ltd.
2012 Capital increase with net proceeds of CHF 265 million (1 for 6 purchase rights).
20112.5% bond 2011–2016 of CHF 150 million.
2010Capital increase with net proceeds of CHF 225 million (1 for 5 purchase rights).
20092.125% convertible bond 2009–2014 of CHF 200 million.
2008Takeover of Apalux AG by Allreal Office AG.
2007Capital increase with net proceeds of CHF 180 million (1 for 6 purchase rights).
2007Establishment of subsidary company Allreal Toni AG as well as takeover and absorption of Immobilien Missionstrasse 64 AG by Allreal Office AG.
20061.875% convertible bond 2006–2010 of CHF 175 million.
Establishment of subsidary company Allreal Markthalle AG.
2006Establishment of the subsidiary Allreal Markthalle AG.
2005Capital increase with net proceeds of CHF 154.1 million (1 for 5 purchase rights).
2003Capital increase with net proceeds of CHF 115.9 million (1 for 4 purchase rights).
2002Takeover and integration of Juventus AG, Grundstückgesellschaft Juventus and Immobiliengesellschaft ATZ by Allreal Office AG; establishment of the subsidiaries Allreal Vulkan AG and Allreal West AG.
2000Listing of Registered Shares on the SWX.
1999Establishment of Allreal Holding AG and the subsidiaries Allreal Finanz AG, Allreal Home AG and Allreal Office AG. Acquisition of Oerlikon-Bührle Immobilien AG by Allreal Holding AG and subsequent sale of the Uto Albis Group to Livit AG.
1996Establishment of Allreal Holding AG and the subsidiaries Allreal Finanz AG, Allreal Home AG and Allreal Office AG. Acquisition of Oerlikon-Bührle Immobilien AG by Allreal Holding AG and subsequent sale of the Uto Albis Group to Livit AG.
1990Acquisition of Albis Bau und Verwaltungs AG (Albis); integration of its own property management into Albis.
1980–1990Expansion of activities to become one of the leading general contractors in Switzerland with focus on the Greater Zurich Area and the Canton of Ticino.
1970Spin-off and establishment of Oerlikon-Bührle Immobilien AG as a subsidiary of Oerlikon-Bührle Holding AG; orientation towards outside clients.

The roots of the Projects & Development Division of today’s Allreal Group can be traced to the general contractor Oerlikon-Bührle Immobilien AG.

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